The name says it all—we know fireplace doors! And, we want to make sure you do too.
Fireplace doors aren’t just for aesthetics. They are a fireplace product that plays an invaluable role in keeping your home safe because they close off the fireplace when it isn’t in use. This really matters because if you don’t have a chimney cap it’ll be more than you and the family pet calling the inside of your house home. Fireplace doors make sure bats, birds and other wildlife stays wild while also preventing soot and ash inside the fireplace from getting out, plus it stops the odor. And, it’s a little more aesthetically pleasing to see a nice fireplace door on a cold fireplace.
You need a fireplace door, and we want to help you select the fire product that you’ll love and works for you! Learn more about fireplace doors, what kind you need and how to pick the best one for you.
Understanding the differences between tempered and ceramic glass for your wood-burning stove doors and fireplace doors makes shopping for your replacements quick and easy. Join us inside as we break down the difference between tempered and ceramic glass!
At Fireplace Doors Online, we get this question a lot. To help clear things up, we've put together this helpful article that goes over whether your fireplace doors should be open or closed while burning.
Learn how to easily measure your items with our quick guide to measuring tape. You can learn all the ins and outs to what line means what and how to measure items with ease!
Finding and replacing items for your fireplace can be a difficult feat. You need serial numbers for certain types of fireplaces as well as parts. We are here to make this easy peasy for you! With this blog on your side, we are going to show you where to look and how to find serial numbers for your fireplace!
Keep your family and home safe with these 5 reasons to add fireplace doors to your fireplace!
Do you know what type of fireplace opening you have and what glass fireplace door will be compatible with it?
Learn about the differences in the 3 various fireplace door styles available on our website: cabinet, trackless bi-fold, and tracked bifold doors. Which one is easier to clean? Which one is great for smaller spaces? Read on to find out!
In 1968 Heatilator had the number one best selling masonry form fireplace on the market - the Mark 123 fireplace. At the time, these fireplaces were revolutionary in the way they helped you heat your room. And, chances are, if you have a home that was built in the 1970s and you haven't remodeled, then you probably have an old Mark Series Heatilator fireplace in your den, living room, or family room. We'll show you how to update that 1970's look in no time!